Caller ID shows spam risk

  • 21 January 2021
  • 14 replies

We have a couple users (Danica and Melody), who's caller ID shows "possible spam risk" to the person they are calling.

14 replies

Userlevel 1

Hello Staci,

Please have them checked their Caller ID Settings. You may click on this link

I have the same issue. Our user's caller ID is set to the company phone number and not "possible spam risk" or "likely spam". What else can be done to prevent our call recipients from receiving this message?

@Staci Heidenson @jeffrey-raymond-jr. We are getting this same feeback from our clients on our outbound calls. We currently use our direct lines as the Caller ID and would prefer to keep it that way but we do not want our calls to show as a possible spam risk. Has anyone gotten more information about what might be causing this issue?

I have the same problem from my extension. I changed it to my direct line and called my personal cell to see what happens. It now says the company name, but I'm not sure if that's because I have the name saved in my phone. However, before when I had the main phone number of the company, it showed up as Spam Risk when I called my cell.

I am having this issue as well. My caller ID is set to my direct line, but am receiving feedback from clients that my call shows up as "Spam Risk." Is there anythign to be done about this? @Mary-Community_Moderator

We are fighting with this same issue as well. We migrated to RC in January from multiple phone carriers at various locations, and it seems that RC doesn't send the caller id information properly, and we are losing customers and prospects because our calls are all labeled as "suspected spam," or at BEST it just displays the ANI with no company information. We have requested a de-listing with ATT Wireless and Verizon wireless, but this problem won't be resolved until RC starts passing full caller ID information to the called party. Has anyone found a way to resolve this?

This is an ongoing problem for us as well, and checking the Caller ID Settings didn't help. Do you have any other suggestions?

Nothing seemed to work. We do realize it may depend upon the client's cell carrier. However, we just started using Hiya to 'fix' the problem. Too early to tell if it has worked...but it is free. Worth a shot!

You can pay a lot of money to third party companies out there to "clear" your name across all of the carriers. Outside of that you're fighting algorithms outside of RC's control. Not much to do about that.

Have you had any success with Hiya? We are starting to run into this same problem and it was suggested by RC support to give this a try.

This article has some recommendations and links to other FCC resources that may help:

Userlevel 2

You mean links like the FCC to file complaints?!?

Seriously - this is a RC-wide issue, not us (clients) and from all the responses we're getting back from Hiya, Orion, xfinity, et al - IT'S NOT US. We have yet to get back one report that states that the underlying carrier said, 'Oh - yeah, we've cleared it.'

Get on the line with your developers and tell them to fix it. It's not quantum physics! Stop coming out with mods that add more fluff, and concentrate on the CORE programming.

For those that can change their outgoing number from their main company number with the down arrow on the number pad before dialing - using the RC 'Direct' number works for us, and the calls go through with no issue - but then our clients dont know it's us, and now they have the direct line back to that staff member. (which we don't want - we want them calling the main company line)

Again, if switching to a RC Direct line works - and the main company line doesn't - and it's not anyof the other carriers issue - it points back to the RC code.

I have also reached out to Hiya, Orion, etc. with none of my 600+ lines being marked as spam within their databases. Even though all of our numbers are clear we receive daily complaints from customers stating our calls are appearing as spam on their caller ID so they are going unanswered. There must be something on the RingCentral side that can be done to alleviate this problem.

We have a vendor that we work with and for a fee we can subscribe to their service to eliminate outbound calls being flagged as spam. If there are other companies out there that can do this then why can't RingCental.

I am having the same issue marked as spam loosing buisnes about, not sure if I should just change provider, as their only answer is it no my fault and do not do anythjing